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Brooklyn Johns Week 21-3, year 2269 Everyone knew that the spaceship was coming. Everyone. As soon as it was close enough for freelance astronomers to see, the Old World governments could no longer hide its existence, nor their inability to stop it. Many people spoke of Armageddon, while others claimed that the Revelations of the Christian God were coming to pass. Though nBrooklyn Johns Week 21-3, year 2269 Everyone knew that the spaceship was coming. Everyone. As soon as it was close enough for freelance astronomers to see, the Old World governments could no longer hide its existence, nor their inability to stop it. Many people spoke of Armageddon, while others claimed that the Revelations of the Christian God were coming to pass. Though no one could have even imagined the actual truth of what was to come, they were all right about one thing; the end of their world was upon them. Artificial Reticent Keystone; that's what the ship was called. It was a fitting name considering what was inside. An energy field surrounding the A.R.K. kept it safe from any weapon that the Old World used against it. It wasn’t long before the they turned those weapons onto themselves. By the time the ship finally glided into our atmosphere and onto the planet, Old America had already annihilated three of their own allies. The A.R.K landed in Mexico. To be more accurate, the ship landed on Mexico, south of Mexico City with each end of the ship sinking into either the Gulf or the North Pacific. More than a hundred thousand alien carcasses washed up onto beaches around the world during the first few weeks. A hundred thousand. The ship was strong and had drifted in slowly, so even though many creatures died from the landing, even more survived. A random news reporter overseas referred to the alien creatures as Dayuhan, and the name stuck. Farmers outside of the Impact Zone claimed that when the flying Dayuhan finally escaped the ship, there were so many that they blotted out the sky. The beast Dayu were even more numerous. We later found that the creatures had been in some sort of frozen, or suspended animation; the technology keeping them in that state was destroyed in the landing. So many animals lost, afraid and wanting to survive. I don't know if I blame them for killing as many people as they did, after all, we waged war on them first. The Dayuhan flooded the tail of Mexico and were in Brazil within a few days. It only took them one day to reach Old America. The Worms migrated south, keeping to the soft ground between the coastline and the shore. They wiped out hundreds of cities along the way, finishing off what the tsunamis and bombs didn’t. The massive waves, created from both the A.R.K's landing and the earthquakes it triggered, wiped out coastlines all over the world. When World War III began, it triggered a cycle of atmospheric transformation that was unstoppable. Not many humans survived the following climate change. The Dayuhan weren't the only cargo that the A.R.K. had been carrying. Though Old America sent in their military to try and secure the ship, most of the flora and fauna samples contained within it had already been dispersed into the ocean. This only fueled the transmutation of Earth, and the jungles of the New World are now eternal proof that we are not alone in the universe. It has been more than 250 years since the A.R.K. changed our world but, with genetic manipulation, it will be the Ministry of New America who ends it. ...

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